Our infographic, showing how Super Bowl audiences think about surveys, compared to other research methods, to measure reactions to ads.
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Baldwin and crew make brain mush fun, but engagement can’t beat persuasion.
Heritage matters, but on the big stage, not as much as distinction.
What type of phone you use says things about the type of person you are. According to new research from G&R, Android, iPhone, flip and land-line phone users differ demographically and attitudinally based on the kind of phone they use most often. These differences include how attentive and proactive a Super Bowl viewer you are, […]
G&R research shows that narrative advertising helps Super Bowl advertisers improve the return they earn on their multi-million dollars investment A recently published study by communications research firm G&R shows that Super Bowl advertising is more effective when it tells a story than when it presents information. At the broad level, there are two forms […]
Social Media helps advertisers improve the return they earn on their multi-million dollars investments Social Media has changed the game for Super Bowl advertisers. A recent study by communications research firm, G&R, shows that social media enables advertisers to multiply the efficiency of their advertising investment by increasing the number of people who see the […]
An infographic showing G&R’s findings from our annual Super Bowl survey. For more detailed information, click here.
Super Bowl watching is a social experience. We watch the game eagerly for its pomp and competitiveness, but also to assemble with friends and family, be part of a community, and engage with others as the show and the advertising unfold. We share food and drink. We talk before during and after the game. And, […]
Quietly tucked away, in the moments before kick-off, “Mean” Joe Greene returned to the Super Bowl this year. In a new ad for Downy, the former football pro reprised his role from the classic Coca-Cola commercial that originally aired in 1980. Only this time, Greene is sniffing fabric freshener instead of gulping Coke. Created for […]
High risk, high reward. Long form narratives help some advertisers soar.